Hey Mitsubishi team! Hope you all are doing well, thanks for having me here, straight to the topic, I'm interested in owning a 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander, This car has a SALVAGE TITLE! here in my location, before ending the deal, I really want to make sure that I'm getting a good reliable car...
Hi can anyone tell me if these vehicles are good? Or if they’re crap? I’m looking into buying one I am in Canada. Are parts very expensive? How are they to work on yourself? Any information would be appreciated! Thanks
From my understanding the Outlander PHEV has an all-electric range of about 22 miles (35 km). Has anyone driven their Outlander PHEV on fully electric mode? I know it's a hybrid but 22 miles seems low to me.
Mitsubishi has a great video on how to charge your Outlander PHEV at home and at charging stations. It's a video from the UK so the charging station info is different than in North America. But the home charging is pretty much the same.
For those that are looking to get new rims or tires for their Outlanders, the 2020 Outlanders come with 225/55R18 all-season tires and 18 x 7J aluminum alloy rims.
As far as specific brands are concerned what are everyone's go to brand. For tires I've usually stuck with Michelin on my cars...
Given all the circumstances surrounding Coronavirus, Mitsubishi is offering 0.0% for 60 months plus $500 APR Customer Rebate (60 monthly payments of $16.67 per $1,000 financed at 0.0% APR) on the Outlander.
Now on the website it says the offer is only valid for this month but I don't see why...
Here are all the dimensions for the 2020 Outlander. I attached the PDF from Mitsubishi that I used so you can see for yourself.
Wheelbase (inches) 105.1
Overall length (inches) 184.8
Overall width (inches) 71.3
Overall height (inches) 67.3
Track, front (inches) 60.6
Track, rear (inches)...
Here are the specs for the 2020 Outlander. I've also attached a PDF that goes through the specs for each specific trim level.
2.4L MIVEC SOHC 4-cylinder - 166 hp & 162 lb-ft torque
3.0L MIVEC SOHC 6-cylinder (GT only) - 224 hp & 215 lb-ft torque
For the Outlander PHEV there are two trims that you can choose from.
Outlander PHEV SEL S-AWC - $36,295
Outlander PHEV GT S-AWC - $41,695
For the SEL, Mitsubishi's website says the key features are:
8-inch Smartphone-link display audio system
Forward collision mitigation with pedestrian...
Here's how Mitsubishi breaks down the pricing for the 2020 Outlander.
Outlander ES 2.4 - $24,895
Outlander SE 2.4 - $26,095
Outlander LE 2.4 - $27,295
Outlander SP 2.4 - $28,495
Outlander SEL 2.4 - $27,495
Outlander GT 3.0 S-AWC - $33,745
When you compare it to the competitors it has a huge...